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NOTE TO THE STAFF: 

To The Staff: 

We the editors of this year's "CASTELLAN" would like to express appreciation to all 
the staff members who have worked so hard to make this yearbook a success. Only 
through your hard work and effort was it possible to produce this finished product. We 
look upon this yearbook as a cumulative success because we feel it has partially cap- 
tured the spirit and life here at St. Mary's. To Miss Perkins, our annual advisor, we 
give our thanks for the advice and help she has given us. In conclusion, congratula- 
tions for a job well done and to the graduates success and best wishes. 



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Co -Editors: Calva Lister 

Lyl Wray 
Business Manager: Myrna King 
Layout Editor: Sue Cole 
Art Editor: M. J. Orme 



Activities Editor: Betsy Snodgrass 
Photography Editor: Dottie Dewitt 
Typing Editor: Dwight Chakales 
Sports Editor: Sandy Zahniser 



STAFF 



DEDICATION 












To Mr. B. Sasser, who is well liked by all for his 
friendliness and willingness to devote his time un- 
selfishly to the students and their projects. 
To you, Mr. Sasser, we the graduating classes of 
1958 proudly dedicate this yearbook. 





Miss MAY RUSSELL President 

A.B., LL.D., Western Maryland College; M.A., Teachers 
College, Columbia University, Graduate study at Johns 
Hopkins University, University of Michigan, Harvard Uni- 
versity. 



In this building, the administrative office and 
dormitory rooms are housed. Miss May Russell's 
office is the nucleus of the campus, a room con- 
stantly filled with faculty members and students. 
Miss Russell holds individual conferences with the 
students throughout the year and generously shares 
her time with all who need her advice. 




Miss ETHEL CHANCE 
Bursar 



Mrs. VERA COURT 
Housemother 



Mrs. GALEN FAHNESTOCK 
Ass't. Bursar 




Mrs. ANN McMICHAEL 
Nurse 



Miss LOUISE K. ROTHA 
Registrar 



Miss ANNA SANDNER 
Secretary 




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Miss GAIL SCHIEBLE 
Secretary 



Miss BEATRICE SIMMS 
Dean of Women 



Mr. HARRISON TAWNEY 
Public Relations 



Always available to listen to problems or corny 
jokes. . .forever helpful and understanding. . .the 
people behind the scenes who are always appreci- 
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Dr. EDNA ESTES 
Science 




FACULTY 




Mrs. LOIS DONWSER 
Psychology and Social Sciences 



Mrs. ALICE FAHL 
English and Remedial Reading 




FACULTY 



Mr. B. EL WOOD FAHL 
Science 



Mr. GALEN FAHNESTOCK 
Business 



Mr. BRANTLEY GREESON 
Music 



Miss DOROTHY HILLIARD 
Physical Education 



Miss ELIZABETH HOUSTON 
Home Economics 




Miss VELMA PERFCLNS 
English 



Mr. BAXTER SASSER 
Speech and English 



Miss JULIA SKINNER 
Librarian 



Mrs. NORMA STRICKLAND 
Art 



Mrs. MARION WALTER 
Languages 



Mr. KEMP YARBOROUGH 
History and Social Science 



These are the off -campus people, our Board of 
Trustees, who make the college possible by working 
behind the scenes. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




These are the people whose efforts keep us in health, 
safety and physical comfort. 



Dr. W. Patrick 




Mr. T. Wood 




Mr. J. Redmond 




Dr. A. Vikell 



FRESHMAN CLASS 




B. Baker 



A. Bunch 



S. Carbia 





E. Griffin 



B. Groenveld 



L. Kiefer 




F. Lee 



P. Leighton 



S. Osteen 




Absent 



Officers 



J. Allen 


President: E. 


Griffin 


J. Carver 


V. President: 


B. Baker 


S. Claggett 


Secretary: J 


Allen 


A. Hedges 


Treasurer: S 


Claggett 


M. Iszkowski 






K. Johnson 







M. Ward 



JUNIOR 




R. Brubacher D. Chakales 



P. Chappell 



S. Cole 




H. Dawson 



F. Dean 



D. Dewitt 



D. Dewitt 




M. Dunn 



M. Erly 



C. Flaquer 



B. Green 




E. Harlow 



President: B. Stanard 
V. President: K. Lore 
Secretary: H. Dawson 
Treasurer: D. Dewitt 



A. Howard 



D. Lawrence 



Absent 



P. Collins 
M. Daugherty 
A. Davis 
J. Deal 

D. Dezendorf 
J. Dolak 

J. Gough 
R. Greig 

E. Hall 

D. Hamilton 
D. Hardman 



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CLASS 




E. LeBel 



K. Lore 



B. Lyon M. Mattingly 




E. Osborn 



D. Payne M. Pilkerton N. Ruff 




B. Stanard C. Thomas 



B. Urquhart 





I. Wimmer 



R. Wood E. Wooleyhan 



. Willis 




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V. 


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Parks 


B. 


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C. 


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P. 


Smith 


C. 


Ward 


T. 


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CO-OPS STUDENTS 



To compete with the acute shortage of engineering 
personnel the Naval Air Test Center at Patuxent 
River offered a solution. The Test Center instituted 
a program known as the Patuxent Plan of Career 
Development which recruited qualified persons from 
the local area. These students, known to the campus 
as the classes of '60, '61, '62, are undergoing train- 
ing which will develop them into competent en- 
gineers over a period of five years. 




Class of '60 



John Cameron William Fortney 

Albert Pagliara ^ j^ David Stack 





Joseph Cooper 



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Holcomb, Owens, Reed, Mahone, Madei, Witheridge, Keith, Springer, Malone, 
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Fenwick, Daigle, Wiggington, Stewart, Russell, Miles, Himmelhaber, Gorley, 
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CO-OPS 




Keene, Tippett, Monroe, Russell, Lumpkin, Gibson, Messick, Dixon. 




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ACTIVITIES 



The Student Government Association is the govern- 
ing body of St. Mary's. The Association consists of 
the Student Council, headed by the President of 
S.G.A. and the Honor Court, headed by the Honor 
Court Chairman. These organizations work both 
jointly and separately to constructively regulate all 
phases of student activities. 



Honor Court 




SPONSOR: MissM. Russell. MEMBERS: 
J. Carver, A. Sutton, A. Howard, S. Zahni- 
ser, S. Osteen, and M. Erly. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 



Every Wednesday was library night . . . "You're wanted in council, 
job Sissy! 



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SPONSOR: Miss L. B. Simms. MEMBERS: A. Henderson, B. Stanard, J. Scott, 
P. Gantt, B. Schmidt, A. Sutton, B. Baker, T. Hall. ABSENT: J. Allen. 

KING'S DAUGHTER'S 
COMMITTEE 



Plan inspirational and informative programs 
for our religious meetings . . . 



. Busy meetings to get speakers 




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SPONSOR: Mrs. A. Fahl. MEMBERS: D. Lawrence, P. Chappell, B. Lyon, M. 
Daugherty, D. Dickerson, F. Adams. 



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CANTERBURY CLUB 



Wonderful dinners at the Irwin's . . . interesting and informative talks 




SPONSOR: Rev. and Mrs. Irwin. MEMBERS: H. Dawson, M. Willis, C. Ward, J. Carver, D. Ken- 
non, N. Ruff, B. Baker, S. Howard. 



ART CLUB 



Our budding Rembrandts . . . Artistic talent galore . . . sponsors of a wonderful 
art exhibit . . . 




SPONSOR: Mrs. N. Strickland. MEMBERS: C. A. Baker, H. Risher, L. Lee. ABSENT: K. Peterson, 
F. Adams, L. Shower, J. Hearn. 



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FRENCH CLUB 

Fabulous French dinners at Mrs. Walter's apartment. . ."Parlez vous the French anyone? 




SPONSOR: Mrs. M. Walter. 

MEMBERS: S. Hult, S. Kirby, K. Johnson, S. Buckler, A. Henderson, S. Osteen, D. Dewitt, D. De- 

witt, B. Baker, A. Bunch, M. Fite. ABSENT: L. Robertson, M. J. Orme. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

Lectures on posture, dress, hair styling plus a free haii cut. . .remember that pizza party. . . 







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SPONSOR: Miss E. Houston. 

MEMBERS: D. Watson, B. Bowers, 1. M. Wimmer, M. A. McN^'al, S. Buckler, M. Pilkerton, S. 

Howard, N. Ruff. 

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FUTURE TEACHERS of AMERICA 

Our loyal FTA'ers. . .observation trips to Piney Point School (who was observing who?). . . 



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SPONSOR: Mrs. L. Donhiser 

MEMBERS: T. Hall, J. Carver, S. Howard, J. Carver, M. King, F. Lee, D. Payne, K. Lore. AB- 
SENT: B. Snodgrass, C. Lister, J. Scott. 



FUTURE NURSES of AMERICA 

Yearly excursions to the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.. . .waitresses to all in- 
firmary inmates. . .F.N. A. forever! 



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SPONSOR: Mis. A. McMichael. 

MEMBERS: A. Henderson, S. Carbia, F. Lee, C. Parks, D. Kennon, M. Flaquer, M. Fite, S. Buck- 
ler, H. Risher, 

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BUSINESS CLUB 

Mr. Fahnestock's budding secretaries. . ."Girls, keep those fingernails short". . .If in doubt, spell 
it out". . . 




SPONSOR: Mr. G. Fahnestock. 

MEMBERS: B. Lyon, D. Dickerson, P. Chappell, N. Daugherty, M. Pilkerton, B. J. Osborn, P. Smith. 



SAMADRA 



Many plans for painting and redecorating the Music Hall basement. . .Our "veddy" dramatic young 
ladies. . . 




SPONSOR: Mr. B. Sasser. 

MEMBERS: P. Leighton, B. Groenveld, C. Sener, M.J. Orme, A. Bunch, L. Robertson, K. Peterson, 

L. Kiefer, P. Kvcscth, S. Zahniser, L. Wray. 

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OUR TOWN 





Cast 

Stage Manager Ed Hamblett 

Dr. Gibbs G. Fahnestock 

Joe Crowell Ernie Harlow 

Mrs. Stalsved Ellen Walter 

Mrs. Gibbs M. Fite 

Mrs. Webb Phyllis Smith 

Rebecca Gibbs Aleda Bunch 

George Gibbs Floyd Dean 

Wally Webb Dave Hardman 

Emily Webb Lyl Wray 

Miss Willard T. Kaplan 

Mr. Webb B. Greeson 

Simon Stimson B. Greeson 

Mrs. Soames Linda Kiefer 

Constable Warren P. Collins 

Si Crowell Ernie Harlow 

Baseball Players D. Hardman 

E. Harlow 

Emma Craig K. Peterson 

Joe Stoddard Jack Deal 

Dead Man Maurice Erly 

Dead Women D. Payne 

C. Lore 
Choir Members. . .M. Willis, L. Lee, 
N. Reyner.J. Blansfield. T. Kaplan, 
K. Peterson, D. Dickerson. 





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THE BIRTH 



Music Hall Scene 



The Annual pageant "The Birth of Toler- 
ance" is presented every year by the student 
body at St. Mary's. Every person in school 
contributes to the success of this venture, 
either thru the acting or by helping with 
props, make-up or some other backstage 
job. The Pageant was written by David 
Turnburk to commemorate the founding of 
the colony of Maryland and is presented 
continuously for three days, on six loca- 
tions on our campus. The first scene takes 
place on Gallow's Green where an intro- 
ductory speech is given. The visitors are 
then taken by a guide to the Music Hall 
where the scene is set in England. 
Lord Arundel and the Calverts discuss the 
possibility of getting a grant of land from 
the King. The charter is granted to Leo- 
nard Calvert and the name "Terrae Maria" 
is decided upon for the colony. 
The second scene in the Music Hall shows 
the settlers preparing to leave for the 
colony in the New World. The scene is 
then shifted to the hill overlooking the banks 
of the St. Mary's River. The settlers are 
shown after landing in the Ark and the Dove 
encountering the Indians for the first time. 
A treaty is made with the Indians and Father 
Andrew White offers a blessing. Panorama 
and color are added thru the colorful Indian 
dancers. The next spot on the Pageant tour 
is the Calvert Memorial, erected to honor 




Lynnie of the long blonde curls . . 
happened to your crewcut . . . Mr. 
that wig slipping? . . . 



David what 
Norris, is 



Indian Scene 




Man, dig that crazy rock 'n roll number. . . 
Father Skipper White . . . radios and cokes in 
the tepees . . . 



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OF TOLERANCE 



Statehouse Scene 




Curly Chakales . . . what are you giving Ned, 
Lyl? Name, address and phone number? . . . 
love those helmets! . . . Where's the crutch? 



Road Scene 




Poor Dick G. . .exhausted 
after 21 trips down the road, 
and no wonder, with all that 
beard . . . Bonnie looks wor- 
ried, but her escort, Betty B., 
seems calm and cool. 



the family which did so much to establish 
the colony and to help it thru the trouble- 
some beginning days. The statehouse scene 
is enacted next, in a replica of the original 
building. These scenes, the dramatic high- 
lights of the pageant, show the Maryland 
Assembly meeting under Governor Calvert. 
After Calvert's death Governor Greene 
takes over the responsibilities of the colony 
and with the aid of Mistress Margaret Brent 
saves the settlers from invasion of savages. 
Mistress Margaret Brent demands the right 
to vote with the members of the Assembly 
and makes an impassioned appeal to the 
members. Her appeal is denied, Margaret 
Brent is not given a vote although she had 
done much toward the establishment of the 
colony. 

The following scene shows Wenlock Christ- 
ison after his flight from the New England 
colonies in search of religious freedom. He 
is welcomed by the friendly farmers and 
settlers of Maryland and is offered a home. 
The final scene shows an Assembly Meeting 
in which it is decided to move the capital 
of Maryland from St. Mary's City to Anne 
Arundel Town. The settlers left St. Mary's 
and the capital of our state has been Anna- 
polis ever since. The Pageant performance 
ends with a rendition of "Maryland, My 
Maryland." 



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GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS" 



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The Music Department, under the direction of Mr. Brantley Greeson, presented four performances of 
"Girls Will Be Girls." The cast consisted of members of the Glee Club and the light and gay operetta 
was a great success. CASTELLAN members were on the production staff and the yearbook received a 
share of the profit. 




Carol Festival 

The Candlelight Service is the highlight of the 
annual Carol Festival. The "Spirit of Christmas" 
lights tile candles of the various choir members. 
The whole room is soon filled with light as the 
entire audience joins in singing. 



One of the highest honors a 
girl at S.M.S.J.C. can attain is 
to be chosen as the Spirit of 
Christmas. The student so 
honored for 1957 was Doris 
Dickerson. 




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CHOIR 




MEMBERS: J. Allen, J. Hearn, L. Shower, H. Risher, P. Ward, P. Williams, S. Cole, D. Dewitt, D. Dewitt, B. 
Urquhart, S. Carbia, S. Claggett, C. Parks, S. Osteen, M. King, L. Whillden, M. Fleetwood, D. Dickerson, L. 
Wooleyhan, S. Siegesmund, M. A. MacNeal, H. Dawson, L. Ardolino, M.Willis B. Bloise, J. Carver, J. Carver, 
C. A. Baker, N. Daugherty, T. Kaplan, P. Chappell, T. HaU, B. Snodgrass, F. Lee, P. Leighton, F. Adams, D. Law- 
rence, L. Connellee, G. Leon. 



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The spirit of the St. 
Mary's Choir relaxing 
after a tough re- 
hearsal. 



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SIGNAL NEWS 



The Staff 




THE SIGNAL NEWS is the student newspaper, published six times dur- 
ing the school year by members of the student body. This paper con- 
tains items of interest to the students and alumni and presents a com- 
plete record of all campus activities. This year the staff made great 
strides in news coverage, and the size of the paper was increased. 



Editor: Connie Sener 



Business Manager: Betty Baker 
Assistant Manager: Pat Kveseth 
News Editor: Dawn DeWitt 
Make-up Editors: Joan Carver 

Joan Blansfield 
Feature Editor: Lyl Wray 



Sports Editor: Dot Payne 
Typing Editor: Barbara Lyon 
Assistant Editor: Janice Scott 
Photography Editor: Dot DeWitt 
Art Editor:" Karen Peterson 
Literary Editor: Calva Lister 



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CASTELLAN 



Castellan Editors 




The yearbook of St. Mary's, THE CASTELLAN, is published by the 
student body members every year. Through frequent meetings and 
long hours of hard work, the staff members saw this record of their 
school year emerge. Any chronicle of events is difficult to compile, 
however, this book is as full and complete as diligent work could 
make it. 





Business Manager pores over the 
books (?). 



the editors burning the midnight oil. 



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President- -Anthoula Tsirigotis 
Vice-President--Shorty Dean 
Secretary -Treasurer --Phyllis Williams 



DAY-STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 




Our daily commuters . . . our date material 
run for your life, Dwight's driving it! ! ! . . . 



. Princess Donna or Mrs. Keith . . . prayers for piles of snow 



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The Gymnasium is the center of all school activities and events concerning athletics. TheAthletic 
Association Board is the nucleus of these activities. The Board, under A. A. President Susie Lussier, 
met weekly with A. A. sponsor Miss Dorothy Hilliard to plan and organize our point system, and many 
other activities. 




BOARD MEMBERS: M. Cockey, P. Gantt, J. Peterson, J. 
Blansfield, G. Leon, S. Lussier, M. Fleetwood, C. Sener, J. 
Heam, J. Carver, J. Scott, D. Dickerson, S. Zahniser. 



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ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 




Officers 




President- -Susie Lussicr 
Vice-President--Mitch Fleetwood 
Secretary- -Doris Dickerson 
Trcasurer--Connic Scner 

The purpose of the A. A. is to promote good sportsmanship and interest in athletics. Many programs are 
sponsored during the year, including the Intramurals, the Christmas Prom, and the Cross-Country Relay. 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 
VARSITY 







S. Lussier, M. Fleetwood, J. Blansfield, T. Kaplan, P. 
Gantt, K. Lore, M. King, J. Allen, M. Simpson, D. Payne, 
P. Ward, P. Williams. 



GIRLS' TENNIS VARSITY 




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M. Cockey, J. Hearn, J. Allen, S. Lussier, L. Robertson, J. 
Peterson, M. Fleetwood, P. Gantt, K. Peterson. 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL VARSITY 




G. Keith, R. Mahone, J. Holcomb, D. Stack, J. Miles, D. Hardman, D. Harris, F. Dean, J. Madel, B. 
Watts, T. Daigle. ABSENT: D. Chakales, N. Cook. 



Schedule 




Charlie Springer, Manager did a 
great job as manager . . . 



Dec. 3 . . Hagerstown 

Dec. 12 . . Montgomery 

Dec. 19 . . Wesley 
Jan. 8 . . Wesley 

Jan. 1 1 . .Catonsville 

Jan. 16 . . Baltimore 

Jan. 18 . . Shenandoah 

Jan. 29 . . Hagerstown 
Feb. 8 . . Catonsville 

Feb. 11 . . Montgomery 

Feb. 20 . . Tri State Conference 
Tourney 




Mr. Hank Levey, Coach high 
hopes for next year's varsity 
with many new starters . . . 



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SPORTS ACTIVITIES 



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VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS: D. Watson, T. Kaplan, P. Williams, M. King, T. Hall, D. 
Dickerson, S. Lussier, J. Peterson, B. Bowers. 




BASKETBALL CHAMPS: M. Simpson, L. Shower, C. Parks, D. Kennon, K. Peterson, S. 
Zahniser, M. J. Orme, K. Moffett, M. Fleetwood, J. Blansfield, L. Robertson, P. Gantt, 
L. Wray. 



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THE MAY QUEEN 




Queen of the May— Miss Anita Sutton 







Maid of Honor and Apple Blossom Princess— Miss Sharon Siegesmund 



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AND HER COURT 






JUNIOR CLASS--Perry Chappell, SOPHOMORE CLASS--Perky Gantt, DAY STUDENTS --Donna Keith 
QUEEN--Miss Anita Sutton, MAID of HONOR--Miss Sharon Siegesmund, SENIOR CLASS--Judy 
Peterson, SOPHOMORE CLASS --Sandy Zahniser, FRESHMAN CLASS --Kay Johnson. 




Miss Anita Sutton with crownbearer, Master John Paul 
Cook, Jr. and trainbearer, Miss Christine Jones. 



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MAY DAY 



The annual May Day ceremonies were held May 3, 
1958 in the college gymnasium. The program was 
sponsored by the Athletic Association and the chosen 
theme was the "Czar's Holiday." The day was 
climaxed by the formal May Prom, highlighted by 
the presentation of the May Queen and her court. 




SENIOR 



CLASS 




President--Judy Peterson 
Vice-President--Gail Leon 
Secretary--Doris Dickerson 
Treasurer--Jean Carver 



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KANN1A FRANCES ADAMS 

"Frances" 

"Simplicity of character is no hindrance to 

subtlety of intellect." 
King's Daughter's Comm. 2; Choir 2; Op- 
eretta 2; . . . another U.S.N. A. fan . . . 
notice that West Virginia drawl . . . tiniest 
waist I've ever seen . . . 




BARBARA ELAINE BOWERS 
"Barb" 
"Have faith, and thy faith shall sustain 
thee." 
A.A. 1,2; Home Ec. Club 1,2, Vice- 
President 2; Intramurals 1,2; Hockey Club 
1,2; CASTELLAN 2; Public Relations 1,2; 
. . . avid bridge player . . . study, study, 
study . . . 




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PAMELA BRENDA BUCCELLI 

"Pair," 

"Beauty is truth, truth beauty-that is all ye 

know on earth and all ye need to know." 
Day-hop Association 2; Pageant Comm. 2; 
Social Comm. 2; . . . love that diamond 
. . . Mass., here she comes ! . . . brains and 
beauty . . . 



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JEAN LYNN CARVER 
"Jeanie" 
"Seek honor first and pleasure lies behind." 
Honor Court 1, Chairman 2; Vice-President 
Junior Class 1; Treasurer Senior Class 2; 
A. A. 1,2; "Medea" Production 2; Public 
Relations Chairman 1; Choir 2; Operetta 2; 
Officials Club 1; SIGNAL NEWS Business 
Manager 1; FTA 2; Intramurals 1,2, Curric- 
ulum Comm. 2; . . . Carolina here she 
comes . . . 



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DORIS LOUISE DICKERSON 
"Doris" 
"Hold thy lighted lamp on high; be a star 

in someone's sky." 
Cheerleading Squad 1,2, Captain 2; Busi- 
ness Club 1,2, Secretary 1, President 2; 
Choir 1,2; Operetta 2; Sextet 2; King's 
Daughter's Comm. 1,2; Chairman 2; Intra- 
murals 1,2; Current Events Comm. 1, Chair- 
man 1; Secretary Senior Class 2; A. A. 1,2; 
A. A. Board 2, Secretary 2; . . . our lovely 
"Spirit of Christmas" . . . peppy and full of 
energy. 




THELMA ANNE HALL 
"Thelma" 
"True love permits no loved one not to 

love." 
Business Club 1; Chairman Public Relations 
Comm. 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; Choir 1,2; 
Operetta 2; Assembly Comm. 1; FTA 1,2, 
Vice-President 2; Secretary S.G.A. 2; 
A. A. 1,2; CASTELLAN 1,2; Treasurer Junior 
Class 1; . . . only girl in school with 
U.S.N. A. miniature . . . pretty skin and long 
raven tresses . . . 



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MARYELLEN D. HOWARD 

"Scottie" 

"Tho' I am always in haste, I am never in a 

hurry." 
FTA 1,2; Home Ec. Club 1,2; Public 
Relations 1,2; Choir 1,2; Operetta 2; Library 
Comm. 1; President Canterbury Club 2; 
F.N. A. 1; . . . hails from sunny Nova 
Scotia . . . George ! ! . . . love that 
plaid . . . 




SANDRA LEE HULT 
"Sandy" 
"Never change when love has found its 

home." 
French Club 1,2, Secretary 1, President 2; 
Intramurals 2; Social Comm. 2; Artist and 
Lecture 1; A. A. 1,2; . . . wedding in Naval 
Academy Chapel . . . lived all over the 
world . . . 




LEAH MAE KAPLAN 
"Tinker" 
"For one man's my world, of all the men 

this world holds." 
Choir 1,2; Operetta 2; Sextet 1,2; "Our 
Town" 2; Varsity Hockey 1; Varsity Bas- 
ketball 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; Assembly 
Comm. 2; A. A. 1,2; Hockey Club 2; King's 
Daughter's Comm. 1; . . . Hank . . . 
Fraternity pins . . . Georgia Tech . . . 
"blondie" . . . 



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MYRNA LEA KING 
"Hermit" 
"Patience is the best remedy for every 
trouble." 
Library Comm. 1,2, Chairman 1,2; Chair- 
man Orientation Comm. 2; FTA 1,2, 
Secretary 2, Business Manager; CASTELLAN 
2; Varsity Basketball 2; Intramurals 1,2; 
Choir 2; Operetta 2; A. A. 1,2; Curriculum 
Comm. 2; . . . Salvation Army here we 
come ! . . . author of wild poetry . . . 




PATRICIA MARIE KVESETH 
"Quail" 
"Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow, leave 
things of the future to fate." 
Hockey Varsity 1; SIGNAL NEWS Make-up 
Editor 1, Business Manager 2; F.N. A. 1,2, 
President 2; Intramurals 1,2; CASTELLAN 1; 
Choir 1,2; Operetta 2; "Our Town" 2; 
Social Comm. 2; Vice-President Samadra 2; 
Hockey Club 2; Art Club 1,2; Library 
Comm. 1; A. A. 1,2; ... has her Navy 
wings ... Pat and Chuck and the family 
club . . . 




WINIFRED GAIL LEON 
"Gail" 
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low." 
Intramurals 1,2; FTA 1,2; Library Comm. 
1; Plant Comm. Chairman 2; Public 
Relations Comm. 2; Chairman 2; Secretary 
Junior Class 1; Vice-President Senior Class 
2; Basketball Varsity 1,2; Choir 2; Operetta 
2; A. A. 1,2; Archery Manager 2; . . . loves 
horses . . . every free week-end finds her 
homeward bound . . . 



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CALVA ANN LISTER 
"Happy" 
"An act done against my will is not my 

act." 
King's Daughter's Comm. 1; A. A. 1,2; 
SIGNAL NEWS 1,2, Photography Editor 1, 
Literary Editor 2; CASTELLAN 2, Editor 2> 
Samadra 1; FTA 2, Pageant Comm. 2; . . . 
jokes spiced with sarcasm . . . may I please 
listen to your troubles???? . . . 




SUZANNE LUSSIER 
"Susie" 
"1 make it a rule to believe only what I 
understand." 
Choir 1,2; Operetta 2; Official's Club 1; 
Intramurals 1,2; Hockey Varsity 1; Basketball 
Varsity 2; A. A. 1,2; A. A. Board 1,2; Swim- 
ming and Boating Manager 1, President 2; 
Audio-Visual Comm. 1,2; FTA 1,2; . . . 
capable mastermind of A. A. . . . golf and 
that Florida sun . . . 




JUDITH DARROW PETERSON 

"Socks" 

"Nothing is achieved before it is thoroughly 

attempted." 
Health and Safety Comm. 1,2, Chairman 2; 
Official's Club 1; Hockey Varsity 1; Hockey 
Club 2; Choir 1; May Princess 2; Intramurals 
1,2; A. A. 1,2; A. A. Board 2; Basketball 
Manager 2; Pres. Senior Class 2; ... a love 
for English teachers . . . bewitched, bothered, 
and bewildered about her future . . . "Au- 
tumn Leaves" . . . 



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JANICE DUSHANE SCOTT 
"Scott" 
"Patience and gentleness are power." 
S.G.A. Vice-President 2; A. A. 1,2, 
President 1, Social Chairman 2; Intramurals 
1,2; May Day Princess 1; CASTELLAN 2; 
SIGNAL NEWS 2, Typing Editor 2; Orien- 
tation Comm. 1,2; FTA 2, Curricular 
Comm. 1; . . . goes for those G.M.H.S. 
grads . . . "LAUREL LEADER" . . . 



DONNA ANNE SMITH 
"Donna" 
"How far that little candle throws its beams, 
so shines a good deed in a naughty world." 
Day-Hop Association 2; Public Relations 
Comm. 1; May Day 2; Day -Hop Princess 2; 
Pageant Comm. 2; Artist and Lecture 
Comm. 2; . . . very nice, kind and awfully 
sweet . . . the best of luck to Donna and 
Gary . . . 




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ELIZABETH ANNE SNODGRASS 
"Betsy" 

"Heard melodies are sweet; but those un- 
heard are sweeter- -Therefore, ye soft pipes, 
play on." 

FTA 1,2, President 2; Choir 1,2; Sextet 2; 

Operetta 2; Intramurals 1,2; May Day 1; 

Assembly Comm. 1,2, Chairman 2; . . . 

happy future with Joe . . . Quiet, busy and 

sweet . . . 



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ELIZABETH ANITA SUTTON 

"Sissy" 

"By the outward acts we are to judge of the 

inward secrets." 
Orientation Comm. 1,2, Chairman 1; A. A. 
1,2; A. A. Board 1,2, Walking Manager 2; 
S.G.A. 1,2, Treasurer 1, President 2; Honor 
Court 2; May Day 2, Queen 2; . . . traded 
her class ring for an adequate substitute . . . 
aspirations of modeling . . . 




HELEN DELOIS WATSON 
"Dee" 
"That action is best which procures the 
greatest happiness for the great numbers." 
Home Ec. Club 1,2, President 2; FTA 1,2, 
Pageant Comm. 2, Chairman 2; King's 
Daughter's Comm. 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; 
. . . very, very, domestic . . . periodically 
Radford's steady . . . 






Absent from Pictures 



Edward R. Cook 
Shirley Greenwell 
Charles Himmelhaber 
Theodore W. White 
Phyllis L. Williams 
Anthoula Tsirigotis 



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SOPHOMORE 



CLASS 




President--Lyl Wray 
Vice-President--Sandy Zahniser 
Secretary--Kay Moffett 
Treasurer--Lois Whilldin 



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CAROLE ANN BAKER 
"Carole Ann" 
"Happiness is a by-product of an effort to 
make someone else happy." 
Choir 1,2; May Day 1; Artist & Lecture 
Comm. 1; F.N. A. 1,2; A.A. 1,2; Art Club 
1; Secretary 2; Operetta 2. 
County Farm Queen . . . Loves Georgia 
Tech . . . Ring in her future. 




JOAN LEIGH BLANSFIELD 
"Joanie" 
"Lord, I wonder what fool it was that first 

invented kissing." 
Intramurals 2; A.A. 2; Co-Editor Make-up 
Signal News 2; Health & Safety Comm. 2; 
"Our Town" 2j Varsity Basketball 2. 
Everlasting supply of energy . . . Men, 
men, men . . . 




MARY ANN COCKEY 
"Meggy" 
"I owe much, I have nothing, the rest I 
leave to the poor. " 
A.A. 1,2; A.A. Board 2; Tennis Varsity 2; 
Intramurals 1,2; Sports Day 1,2; Castellan 
2; French Club 1; Officials Club 1. 
Ex. C.H.M.A. fan . . . "Anyone for tennis?" 
. . . jokes to end all jokes . . . 



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CAROLE LYNNE CONNELLEE 

"Lynne" 

"A woman either loves or hates; there is no 

intermediate course." 
Choir 1,2; Sextet 1,2; Operetta 2; Plant 
Comm. 2; Pageant Comm. 2; May Day 1; 
Intramurals 1; Samadra, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 2; A. A. 1,2; Signal News 2; Castellan. 
Love those co-ops . . . Anyone for an MG 
. . . "Hey Sharon." 



DOROTHY LEE FLEETWOOD 
"Mitch" 
"Welcome mischief if thou comest alone." 
French Club 1,2; Varsity Hockey 1; Varsity 
Basketball 1,2; A. A. Board 2; A.A. 1,2; 
Vice-President A.A. 2; Hockey Club 2; 
Intramurals 1,2; Play Day 1; Choir 1,2; 
Operetta 2; Health and Safety Comm. 2. 
Ever changing hair cut . . . EASTERN 
SHORE . . . Love that S.T.C. hangout. 




EMRY PERKINS GANTT 
"Perky" 
"Happy am I, from care I'm free ! Why 
aren't they all contented like me?" 
President Freshman Class lj Council 1,2; 
Varsity Hockey 1; Varsity Basketball 1,2; 
Co-Captain 1; Intramurals 1,2; F.N.A. 1,2; 
Vice-President 1; A.A. Board 2; A.A. 1,2; 
May Day 1; Princess 2; Officials Club 1; 
Hockey Club President 1,2; Assembly 
Comm. 2. 

From doctor's daughter to doctor's wife . . 
Oh those jokes? 



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JANICE PANDORA HEARN 
"Hearn" 
"Not that I love work less, but I love fun 

more ..." 
Samadra 2; Choir 2; Operetta 2; Intra- 
murals 2; Aj\. 2; Production "Our Town" 
2; A.A. Board 2. 

Rah, Rah, Wi Hi . . . Petite and sweet . . . 
Life of any smoker party . . . Another joker. 




SUSAN LEE KIRBY 
"Kirby" 
"I can resist anything but temptation!" 
May Princess lj A.A. 1,2; Secretary Fresh- 
man Class 1; French Club Treasurer 2; 
Assembly Committee 2. 
Crested . . . Lover of contemporary cards 
. . . U.S.N .A. every spare weekend . . . 
Often in uniform. 



LAURINDA LEE 
"Laurie" 
"True merit like a river, the deeper it is, 

the less noise it makes." 
"Our Town" 2; French Club 2; Art Club 2; 
Treasurer 2. 

Always kind and considerate . . . Has lived 
abroad . . . Gets the grades . . . Tall and 
majestic. 



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MARY ANN McNEAL 
"Mary Ann" 
"As merry as the day is long." 
Audio-visual comm. 1,2; FTA 1; Intra- 
murals 1,2; May Day 1; Choir 1,2; Operetta 
1; Samadra 1; Home Ec. Club Secretary 2; 
Castellan 2; Signal News 2. 
Attractively dressed in own creations . . . 
"Carole Ann, Harvin!" . . . Tommy may- 
be? .. . 




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JESSIE KATHERLNE MOFFETT 

"Kay" 

"If the rascal hast not given me medicines 

to make me love him, I'll be hanged!" 
French Club 1,2; Freshman Class Treasurer 
1; Intramurals 1,2; Officials Club 1; A.A. 
1,2; May Day! ! Sophomore Class Secre- 
tary 2; Audio-Visual Comm. Chairman 2; 
Navy will So beat Army next year . . . 
Don, Don, Don, Dr. Moffett and her little 
brown pills. 




MARTHA JANE ORME 

"M.J." 

"I want a hero; an uncommon want, when 

every year and month sends forth a new 

one." 
Play Day 1; Audio-Visual Comm. 1,2; 
Operetta Production 2; Intramurals 1,2; 
French Club 2; Art Editor Castellan 2; A.A. 
1,2; Samadra 2; Production "Our Town" 2. 
C.H.M.A. was traded in for better things 
. . . Longest trip ever taken was to V.P.I. 
. . . Coke and weed fiend. 



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CHARLOTTE FAYE PARKS 
"Charlotte" 
"A little consideration, a little thought for 
others makes all the difference." 
F.N. A. 2; Choir 2; Operetta 2; Intramurals 
2; A.A. 2. 

Likes to date Navy men . . . Bath-a-day 
addict . . . Must take vitamin pills to get 
ill that energy. 




HARRIET HARVIN RISHER 
"Harvin" 
"Life is but thought; so think I will that 

youth and I are housemates still." 
Art Club 1,2; President 2; Samadra 1; 
Choir 1,2; Operetta 2; F.N.A. 2; French 
Club 1,2; Plant Comm. 1. 
"Save your confederate money boys, the 

south shall rise again" . . . 
Always willing to listen to anyone's 
troubles. 




MAJORIE ELIZABETH SHOWER 
"Libby" 
"Take it girl ! And fear no after. Take your 
fill of all this laughter." 
Intramurals 2; Castellan 2; French Club 2; 
Samadra 2; Production "Our Town" 2; 
Choir 2; Operetta 2. 

Frequent letters from Westminster. . . . 
"But tomorrow Janice we have to diet" . . . 
Shoes too small for anyone but Lib. 



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SHARON ELLEN SEIGESMUND 
"Sherrie" 
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever." 
Choir 1,2; Operetta 2; Plant Comm. 1,2; 
Home Ec. Club 2; May Day 1; Apple Blos- 
som Princess 2; Intramurals 1,2; Signal News 
2; Castellan 2. U. of Md. and U.S.N. A. are 
rivals for her weekends . . . Fashion plate 
. . . "Lynnie" . . . Service Jr. 



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MARGARET SIMPSON 
"Margaret" 
"I do love I know not what; sometimes this 
and sometimes that." 
Intramurals 2; Varsity Basketball 2. Late 
arrival but pleasant asset . . . weekend at 
S.T.C. . . . Navy Jr. from old Pax River 
. . . Florida is her favorite state. 



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JENNY LOIS WHILLDIN 
"Loey" 
"We may be as good as we please; if we 
please to be good. " 
Choir 1,2; Operetta 2; Sophomore Class 
Treasurer 2; Intramurals 1,2; A. A. 1,2; 
Health & Safety Comm. 1,2. 
Drumsticks and Dave . . . "South Philly?" 
. . . Never without Mitch. . . . Endless sup- 
ply of jokes. 



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LILLIAN BOYCE WRAY 
"Lyl" 
"It is best to love wisely, no doubt, but to 

love foolishly is better than not to love at 

all." 
"Medea 1," "Our Town," 2 Operetta Pro- 
duction 2; A.A. 1,2; Honor Court 1; Public 
Relations Comm. 1; Signal News 1,2, 
Feature Ed. 2; Chairman Social Comm. 2; 
President Sophomore Class 2; Orientation 
Comm. 2; Co-editor CASTELLAN 2; May 
Day 1; Samadra 1,2; Second Place, High 
School Speech Contest 2; . . . "But Mr. 
Sasser." . . . Sigma Chi vs. V.P.I. . . . 




SARAH JANE ZAHNISER 

"Sandy" 

"God forbid that I should go to any heaven 

in which there are no horses." 
Intramurals 1,2; Varsity Basketball 1; 
King's Daughter's Comm. 1; Health and 
Safety Comm. 1; Samadra, Secretary- 
Treasurer 1, President 2; French Club 1; 
May Day 1; Princess 2; Honor Court 2; A.A. 
1,2, Board 2; Production "Our Town" 2; 
Chairman Artist & Lecture 2; Orientation 
Comm. 2; Vice-President Sophomore Class 
2; Sports Editor CASTELLAN 2; . . . Calls 
Solomons home . . . McDonough vs. 
U.S.N. A. 



Absent from Pictures 



Sarah E. Buckler 
Margaret A. Fite 
Donna M. Kennon 
Karen Peterson 
Elizabeth L. Robertson 



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YES, WE'LL REMEMBER . . . 





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SENIOR AND SOPHOMORE 



Most Likely to Succeed 



Sissy Sutton - - Sarah Buckler 





Most Athletic 



Susie Lussier — Mitch Fleetwood 



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Most Popular 



Janice Scott - - Lyl Wray 







SUPERLATIVES 



Best All-Around 



Judy Peterson - - Perky Gantt 




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Best Personality 

Calva Lister - - Meggy Cockcy 








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Judy Peterson outgoing Senior Class President, caps Elena LcBel, President of the incoming Senior 
Class. The numerals are changed from '58 to '59. 



CLASS DAY 




Judy Peterson plants the traditional vine of ivy after the 
exercises in the Garden of Remembrance. 



Lyl Wray outgoing Sophomore Class President, caps Betty Baker, President of the incoming Sophomore 
Class. The numerals are changed from '58 to '59. 





ATHLETIC BANQUET 




Next year's board taking office . . . best of luck, but be- 
ware of lots of hard work . . . Meg's got a stern look 
girls, better watch out . . . 





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Yea, Seniors! ! ! . . . great centerpiece 
. . . kept up that old tradition didn't 
you??? . . . this class has won for four 
years in a row now . . . 



Meggy is sworn in as A. A. President . . . 
off to that Florida sunshine goes Susie 
with all cares of A. A. in the past . . . 
Congrats Susie for a job well done. 



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GRADUATES 1958 

Senior Class 



Km. 1^1^^^^^. '^^^ III 

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Sophomore Class 



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AWARDS 



President's Medal Anita Sutton 

First Honor Graduate, College 

Division Patricia Kveseth 

First Honor Graduate, High 

School Division Lillian Wray 

Satah Burch Palmer Award for outstanding influence for 

good in the school Janice Scott 

D.A.R. Good Citizenship Medal Anthoula Tsirigotis 

D.A.R. Good Citizenship Medal 

High School Emily Perkins Gantt 

American Legion Medal Kay Moffett 

Outstanding Progress in Science, 

High School Division Susan Claggett 

Good Manners Award Sandra Osteen 

Home Economics Award Sarah Buckler 

Business Award Ann Howard 

Language Award Ann Davis 

History Award Jean Carver 

Laura Langley Award, Drama Lillian Wray 

Art Award Mrs. Sandra Spangler 

Athletics Award Dorothy Fleetwood 

Outstanding Achievement in Water 

Sports Shirley Greenwell 

Chemistry Award, College 

Division Jean Carver 

Society of the Ark and the 

Dove Essay Award Laurinda Lee 

Mathematics Award Pamela Buccelli 



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SNAPSHOTS 




PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Armstrong 

Mr. Jerry Almo 

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Baker 

Mrs. V. C. Bloise 

Mr. and Mrs. Carbia 

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowers 

Mr. and Mrs. Tillman T. Bunch 

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Carver 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chappell 

Mr. and Mrs. Claggett 

Rear Admiral and Mrs. R. B. Clark, USN 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cockey 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cole 

Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Collins 

Mrs. Regina L. Connellee 

Mr. Daniel H. Davis 

Dr. and Mrs. Henry Vincent Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Dickerson 

Mr. and Mrs. Flaquer 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Graves 

Mr. and Mrs. Groenveld 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton 

Mrs. Roger Heam 

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Houghton 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howard 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Howard 

Mrs. R. W. Lawrence 

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Leighton 

Mrs. Ellen G. LeBel 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Calvin Lister 

Mr. and Mrs. Abell Longmore 



Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lord 

Mr. and Mrs. Preston Lore 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Lyon 

Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kiefer 

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. King 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kirby 

Mr. and Mrs. Per Kveseth 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Orme 

Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Osteen 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Potter 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D. Reyner 

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Richardson 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley Risher 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Shortall 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J. Smith 

Commander and Mrs. J. B. Stanard. Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. J. Warrick Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. Willard S. Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. Forest Watson 

Mr. Jerry Slowey 

Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Weisman 

Mrs. Jennie G. Whilldin 

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Whittington 

Mrs. Joseph P. Wilkinson, Jr. 

Lexington Park Hotel 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wooleyhan 

Captain and Mrs. W. S. Wray 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Zahniser 

Baltimore Chapter of the Alumnae Association 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

LEXINGTON PARK VARIETY STORE 

VO 3-3737 
Lexington Park. Maryland 


SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. 

RETAIL and CATALOG SALES 
PHONE ORDERS 

VO 2-1911 
Lexington Park. Md. 


PUFFENBARGERS 

THE HOUSE OF MUSIC 

T.V. HiFi Zenith and Admiral 
Phonographs Records and Needles 

2 Blocks Straight From Main 

Gate On Great Mills Rd. 

Open 9:00-8:00 VO. 3-6333 


SPINNING WHEEL 

COCKTAIL LOl NGE IN RESTAURANT 

OPERATING IN CONJUNCTION 
WITH 

SIESTA MOTEL 

One Mile From The Na\al Station 

On Great Mills Rd. 

VO. 3-5671 VO. 3-3301 


BEST OF LUCK 

RICK'S PHOTO STUDIO 

Lexington Park. Md. 
VO (6271 


ST. MARY'S OUTBOARD SALES 

St. Mary's Cit) . Md. 
G. M. 115-J11 


RUE'S ROOST 

Lexington Park. Md. 


THE TEMPLE OF BEAUTY, INC. 

CREATIVE 11 UR STYLIST 

DISTINCTIVE FOOTWEAR 

LADIES. MISSES, and CHILDREN 

204 «;..,t MiUa R.I 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

VO 34422 



BERNIE'S PAWN SHOP 

Opposite Post Office 
Lexington Park. Maryland 

UNREDEEMED - WATCHES. DIAMONDS. 

T.V.'s, RADIOS. CAMERAS. TYPEWRITERS. 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC. 


ELECTRONIC SERVICE CO. 

Great Mills Road 
Lexington Park. Maryland 

YOURS FOR THE BEST IN 
COLOR and BLACK and WHITE TV 

VO 3-3291 VO 3-6341 


CATOS' TEXACO 

Lexington Park. Maryland 

WHEEL BALANCING, UNDERCOATING 
FIRESTONE TIRES 

VO 2-1555 


THE LARGEST JOB PRINTER 

IN 

ST. MARY'S COUNTY 

THE ENTERPRISE 

VO 2-1011 


"SHOES GOT THE BLUES?" 

CONNOR SHOE REPAIR 

136 Three Notch Rd. 
Lexington Park. Maryland 


FRIENDLY CAB CO. 

RADIO DISPATCHED 
RELIABLE 24 HOUR SERVICE 

VO 3-4474 


JACK DAUGHERTY'S 
MERCHANDISE MART 

FURNITURE - TV - APPLIANCES 
VO 34451 VO 2-2921 


THE HUB 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND'S 
LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE 

Lexington Park 



CECIL & MATTINGLY 
IGA 

Greenwood 5-5201 

Ml \TS - GROCERIES - FRUITS 
VEGETABLES - FROZEN FOODS 


PARK PHARMACY 

YOUR REXALL STORE 

- RAY and JACK — 

VO 3-6161 
Lexington Park. Maryland 


LEXINGTON PARK 
DRY CLEANERS 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

For 
Prompt Pick-Up 

and 
Delivery Service 

Call 
Great Mills 220 

COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE 

WE OPERATE A LICENSED 
STA-NU-PLANT 


MORGAN'S 

THE LEONARDTOWN 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

Gr. 5-6101 


LEXINGTON PARK PHARMACY 

TWO DOORS FROM A & P 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
VO. 3-3481 


KAY CEE DRUGS 

(Opposite Safeway) 

A COMPLETE DRUG STORE 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

VO 2-1877 


PARK T.V. and RECORD SHOP 

R.C.A.. HOT POINT APPL'S. & T.V. 

Expert Service In Shop and Home Calls 

109 Chorla Drive South 

Lexington Park. Maryland 

VO. 2-8411 



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